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🌸The Spring Cleaning Book Tag🌸

It’s spring and by god are my allergies back with a vengeance. We went up to the countryside last week and I had to take antihistamine tablets and paracetamol when I got home, just to get through work that night. 🥴🤧

Anyways, enough about my sneezing, it’s time for a tag! Today to celebrate (or maybe commiserate) Spring, I’m doing the Spring Cleaning Tag!!

The struggle to get started // A book or series you struggle to begin because of it’s size.

My first instinct is to say The Romanovs by Simon Sebag Montefiore because this bad boi is 700+ pages long.

Back during lockdown, I got super into Russian history, specifically the Romanov family. I watched a bunch of documentaries and so when I saw Reagan @ Peruse Project on Youtube talk about this book I knew I needed it in my life.

A year later and I’m still really interested in learning more about this subject and do still want to read this book, I’m just scared because this book is BIG and the words are very smallll.

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I’m the worst blogger ever // Blogger Award round up.

Hellooo 😊

I am the worst blogger ever and I’m sorry. I have a bunch of awards that I’ve been tagged in over not so recent months and I feel really guilty and also kind of anxious about the fact that I haven’t gotten around to doing them yet.

I love being tagged for things, I really do, but I started getting anxious over random things, there was no rhyme or reason to it, and the longer I left them the worse I felt.

It’s a new year, new beginning and all that, so I decided to answer everything in one and wipe the slate clean and so today I’m going to be combining the four awards I was nominated for in 2020 that I didn’t get to into one post for the sake of my sanity :))

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A book-ish Christmas gift guide.

Hi, hey, hello and welcome to my blog😊

I started and finished my Christmas shopping yesterday and it was so stressful! What do I get people? What do they like? What’s their size? Why is everything so expensive?

I am fully aware that we are a week out from Christmas and that most people aren’t procrastinators like me and probably already have their Christmas shopping all done and dusted but it’s been a crazy year so maybe you haven’t and need something quick and easy. And so here are some kind of specific book recommendations.

For New Readers …

This first group of books is for friends or family members who aren’t big reading nerds like you and me. I think these are some fun and easy books, perfect for the casual reader.

Young Adult Romance

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